Late in the Spring of 1917, Frederick Delius composed two short choruses (without words) for eight-part unaccompanied chorus. The first is an evocative song without words, while the second, a lilting dance, includes a part for solo tenor, scored for euphonium. The title is taken from the version for strings by Eric Fenby. This arrangement was created for Besses o’ th’ Barn Brass Band.
Duration: 4 mins
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